Networked Learning Conference 2008
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Parallel Session 1

Monday 5th May: 11.00 - 12.45



Symposium: 1

So what REALLY happens in networked learning?
Symposium Organiser: Andrew Sackville. Edge Hill University
Searching for the ideal networked learning community: Aligning design, delivery and research
Andrew Sackville. Edge Hill University
Why Did It Work For Us? Reflections on a successful networked learning community
The Networked Community in Module CPD461, Edge Hill University
Working Together: Perceptions of the Role of the Tutor in a Postgraduate Online Learning Programme
Cathy Sherratt, Edge Hill University

Aristotle 1


Symposium: 2

Making the Transition to Ubiquitous Learning.
Symposium Organiser: Caroline Haythornthwaite, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ubiquitous Learning: An Agenda for Educational Transformation
Bill Cope, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Mary Kalantzis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Ubiquitous learning, ubiquitous computing, and lived experience
Bertram C. Bruce, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
OurComixGrid: Designing a Multimodal New Media Learning Environment
Damian Duffy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Allison N. Clark, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Ubiquitous Transformations
Caroline Haythornthwaite, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Aristotle 2


Symposium: 3

Where is the Learning in Networked Learning?
Symposium Organiser: Vivien Hodgson
Where is the learning in networked knowledge construction?
Maria Zenios Lancaster University, Peter Goodyear, University of Sydney.
Networked Learning - a social practice perspective
Chris Jones, Open University.
The Metaphor of Patchworking as a Viable Concept in Developing Networked Learning?
Thomas Ryberg, Aalborg University.
Bridging Networked Learning between the Knowledge Economy and Higher Education: A Philosophical Approach
Gale Parchoma, Lancaster University, Mary Dykes, University of Saskatchewan.
The Tyranny of Participation and Collaboration in Networked Learning
Debra Ferreday and Vivien Hodgson, Lancaster University.

Pela Room

Research Papers


Networked Libraries Promoting Lifelong Learning
Victoria Myroni, Andreas Pombortsis, Aristotle University,
Virtual Libraries as Virtual Learning Spaces: the experiences of the LASSIE project.
Jane Secker, London School of Economics and Political Science. Gwyneth Price, Institute of Education, University of London.
Online courses on open source software usage by an academic library
C. Papazoglou, V. Dagdilelis, K. Margaritis, A. Fragkou
University of Macedonia
Networked Blended Learning: Creation of Best Practices for Continuous Improvement
Athanasios I. Margaris, Kerstin V. Siakas, Fotini Dimopoulou, Amalia E. Pontikidou, Alexander Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki.

Alexandros Reception



Can ICT build a solid bridge to a more "engaged" and collaborative practice in doctoral study? Paradoxes, constraints and opportunities
Rossana Espinoza-Ramos, Michael Hammond, University of Warwick
Virtual ethnography methodology for researching networked learning
Chantal Charnet, Clair-Antoine Veyrier, Université Montpellier 3
Collaborative Conceptual Change during Networked Management Learning
Kewal Dhariwal, Athabasca University,
Professional Doctorates and Emerging Online Pedagogies
Sheena Banks, University of Shefield, Jerry Wellington, University of Nottingham, Gordon Joyes, University of Nottingham.

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